Femern A / S has extended the temporary agreements with the construction consortium Fehmarn Link Contractors (FLC) who will carry out three of the four major plant centers on the Fehmarnbelt link between Lolland and Germany.
At the Fehmarnbelt Days in Malmö there was show of support for the Fehmarnbelt Tunnel by Three National Governments, an actor with a special relationship to fixed links and wishes for better mobility, not only for business. We have gathered some of the best moments from Malmö.
Professor Frederik NG Andersson of Lund University and member of STRING's expert panel does not like the term "green growth". However, this was, in fact, the topic of the STRING seminar entitled "Green Growth - Initiatives and Projects for Sustainable Growth in the STRING Region" at this year's Fehmarnbelt Days in Malmö.
STRING welcomes the recent OECD Territorial Review on the Megaregion of Western Scandinavia. The review will serve as valuable input when developing the cooperation in the STRING network.
STRING members welcome the EU Commission’s overall budget proposal for the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), which supports investment in cross-border infrastructures in the transport, energy and digital sectors. STRING also emphasizes that transport infrastructure should remain a key EU priority.
New survey among Germans, Danes, Swedes and Norwegians closest to the Fehmarnbelt shows solid support for the Fixed Link across the Fehmarnbelt.
A new survey shows that the majority of inhabitants in the regions of Denmark, Sweden, Germany and Norway closest to the coming Fehmarn Tunnel agree that the Fixed Link will benefit tourism across the overall region.
Expectations are on the rise that the Fehmarnbelt Link will create jobs and growth in the surrounding region. A survey of the attitudes towards the Fehmarnbelt Tunnel in the regions of Denmark, Sweden, Germany and Norway that are closest to the Fixed Link, shows especially high hopes for positive effects in Denmark and Germany, although Sweden and Norway are also expected to benefit.
Further delay of 3 to 4 months for the approval of the Fehmarnbelt Tunnel. This message from the Schleswig-Holstein Ministry of Transport at the end of March has not made the Danish Government slow down its plans at all. And it is clear that our Swedish and Norwegian neighbours are still in full support as well.
Community makes us strong: Twelve actors have teamed up for a new ’Regional Management HanseBelt’. The new initiative is financially supported by the Land of Schleswig-Holstein and is now under the management of the Chamber of Commerce of Lübeck.